Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt. Not sure how to participate? Here are the steps to get started. Source: Thorny
Good morning afternoon evening whereever you are located. I will be going back to school to get my masters degree in criminal justice on September 26,2017. I am so happy and ready to futher my education once again.
Originally posted on Cee's Photo Challenges:
Feel free to add your floral photo to the comments. This way we can all enjoy everyone’s flowers. bearded iris Qi (energy) hugs Cee
Image: Google labelled for re-use. Explore your responses to this word. It could an opening: A place through which to enter somewhere An opportunity as in an opening appeared in the workforce A new… Source: Tale Weaver # 137– 14/9/17 – Opening
Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Every Thursday at noon GMT, I publish one of my photos as a writing prompt. Throughout the week I will feature a number of the responses here on the Daily Echo as space allows. Every week, a full round-up of posts will be published linking back to…
If you want to feel less negative during the day, create better relationships, and score some amazing career opportunities, then you’re going to want to do what you can to attract more love and positivity into your life. And that usually involves changing how you think. Yes, it also includes positive daily affirmations and gratitude lists.…Continue reading “15 Easy ways to attract more love and positivity into your life – BayArt”
Rachel Poli How many times have I talked about outlining on this blog? Too many to count most likely. I personally love outlining. I’m a super organized person in real life and a tad OCD about things. That goes the same for my novels. Outlining isn’t for everyone, but it can be used as aContinue reading “Should You Outline Short Stories?”
Originally posted on BulanLifestyle.com:
Pitcher plant from Mount Kinabalu Sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal is of a Pitcher plant from Mount Kinabalu.?
Originally posted on Writing your first novel-Things you should know:
Narrative summary is a great weapon in the writers arsenal. It can be used to speed through scenes that aren’t important, slow things down after an intense scene to allow the reader to catch their breath, compress time, and to provide exposition(background information). So what’s…
Acrylics, July 2017, 18″ x 24″. Source: Reflecting on the Changes